Period dress speaks of the wearer and the decades past. Recreating historical garments allows us to learn about sewing and design. This exhibit features both original historical garments and reproductions, telling the story of fashion in the Midwest. Molly McPherson curates "Constructing History: Structures and Silhouettes" in partial fulfillment of her thesis work.
Please Join the Department of Educational Administration for the 3rd Annual Sybouts Seminar on Friday, June 7, 2013. This seminar is devoted to qualitative and quantitative research presentations by current and former graduate students as well as discussion on various educational research topics. This seminar honors the memory of professor emeritus Ward Sybouts who believed in providing opportunities for students to present and discuss their research.
For more information or if you would like to nominate students to present their research, please feel free to contact Jeff Espineli by phone at 402-472-0929 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or Aundria D.W. Green by email at email@example.com or by phone at 615-364-2575.
The 2013 CEHS Student Research Conference will be held Saturday, November 9. The keynote speaker will be Dr. Kenneth Howe (University of Colorado-Boulder). Prof. Howe is a prolific and well-regarded analyst of education research. Please encourage students to present at the conference. More information and submission forms will be available early in the fall semester. A new feature of the conference is that presenters will have the opportunity to have their work published in a student-produced proceedings available at Digital Commons. Questions can be sent to Karl Hostetler (firstname.lastname@example.org).